Trade Facilitation: A Handbook for Trade Negotiators. Contributor: Vinod Rege, Isabella Kataric.
Trade Facilitation: A Handbook for Trade Negotiators. Publication date: 1 March 2007.
A Handbook for Trade Negotiators. Isabella Kataric is a consultant to the Commonwealth Secretariat on the Joint Project, Commonwealth-ITC (UNCTAD/WTO). Contributors: Vinod Rege, Isabella Kataric. Trade facilitation has formed a part of the WTO work programme since 1996, though no significant progress has yet been made in launching negotiations, mainly due to the opposition of a number of developing countries. Following the failed Cancun meeting in 2003, WTO members formally agreed to commence negotiations on trade facilitation. Agriculture Expand or collapse me. Contributor: Vinod Rege, Isabella Kataric
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The Commonwealth Secretariat is the main intergovernmental agency and central institution of the Commonwealth of Nations. It is responsible for facilitating co-operation between members; organising meetings, including the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meetings (CHOGM); assisting and advising on policy development; and providing assistance to countries in implementing the decisions and policies of the Commonwealth. Vinod Rege in cooperation with Isabella Kataric. This is a key guide for trade negotiators, particularly those from developing countries, to help them understand the issues around trade facilitation that will be of importance in World Trade Organization talks on this subject. This book provides background information and identifies the points that may need further examination by the negotiating parties. VINOD REGE is a Multilateral Trade Adviser to the Geneva Group of Commonwealth Developing Countries, funded by the Commonwealth Secretariat.
gender-sensitive approach to trade policy-making. Paradoxically, along with the view that trade policies are gender blind there is also an underlying popular viewpoint among some trade scholars and trade policy decision-makers that trade liberalisation has unambiguously benefited women in terms of widespread employment.
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